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Welcome to NFS-Ganesha Wiki
Nfs-ganesha is a user-mode file server for NFS (v3, 4.0,4.1 pNFS) and for 9P from the Plan9 operating system. It can support all these protocols concurrently.
This is an Open Source project with an active community of both company sponsored and independent developers. This Wiki is the primary location for all current information about the project and its software releases.
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We have started 2.4 planning and will have started pushing development work. For more details see V2.4 page
Our supported releases are available as tarball downloads. See the Download Page for details. Official tarballs are also available by clicking through the Releases button on the repository's top page.
We (obviously) use git for our source management. Our official development tree is maintained on Github nfs-ganesha. Individual developers have their own git repositories, most of them on Github, for publishing their changes to the community. See the Developer Area for details. The Release Notes describe source availability in greater detail. In particular, all our releases going forward are marked by signed tags.
- The sidebar on the repository's home page gives you the choice of an HTTPS or SSH for cloning. We use git submodules which will not work with an HTTPS clone. Use:
git clone git://github.com/nfs-ganesha/nfs-ganesha.gitinstead for anonymous clones.
As our user base and development community have expanded, we have had to put some order to how we develop, release, and support our work. Our Development Policies page describes how we go about our business, developing Open Source software.
User and developer information can be found here.
The community maintains an active, open IRC channel on Freenode #ganesha. Most of our developers keep in touch on this channel.
We also maintain an email list on https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/nfs-ganesha-devel. Release announcements, technical discussions, and user questions are handled here.
Some of these links are approaching obsolete but they are still of interest.